Is a Partnership or Shared Ownership right for you?

The market for aircraft ownership has grown by double digits for the past 10 years. As the economic landscape has changed and some aircraft owners have scaled back their flying and look for ways to reduce their operating costs, the option of shared ownership has become a viable alternative to selling their aircraft.

As companies and individuals are increasingly turning to private aircraft to fulfill their need for efficient, secure and more productive travel, shared ownership is becoming an economical alternative to full aircraft ownership.  And, it affords first time and budget conscious buyers to make the move into aircraft ownership.

It is widely known that pilots who share aircraft ownership of an aircraft gain access to "more airplane" for less investment. These arrangements offer the same tax advantages, based on investment level, as full ownership. Additionally, partners equally share costs such as insurance, hangar rent and electronic updates, while maintenance related expenses can be proportioned based upon individuals usage.

We've become one of the leading portals for placing and establishing aircraft partnerships.

Do you own an aircraft and desire to recuperate some of the costs of ownership?  You will be able to maintain full access to the aircraft and receive a return on your aircraft investment for each equity share sold or leased, and simultaneously reduce your operating costs.

Ultra Aviation is experienced in putting together aircraft partnerships, leasebacks arrangements and fractional aircraft programs and maintains a list of individuals looking for access to aircraft like yours.  We are intimately familiar with the local flying community within the Baltimore Washington, DC region, allowing us to professionally manage, fractionalize or set up a leaseback arrangement for your aircraft.

To learn more about our ownership services or to have your aircraft added to our partnership list, Contact Us Here.

Piper Releases AD for PA46 Series

Piper Aircraft release of a Mandatory Service Bulletin (MSB) affecting the entire PA46 fleet including the Matrix, Mirage, and Meridian series aircraft has become an AD as of July 10, 2013.  Click here for the AD details.

NTSB Cautions About NEXRAD

(NTSB) cautions pilots about in-cockpit (NEXRAD)

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is cautioning pilots to be aware that in-cockpit Next Generation Radar (NEXRAD) information can be up to 15-20 minutes older than indicated on the display and that relying on such information for real-time reports can cause safety problems when aircraft are transiting fast-moving weather systems.

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